committed group of 15 civil society organizations. together they analyzed more than 60 texts of national constitutions containing articles or other languages related to communication privacy including the constitution of the united states, peru, germany, kosovo, south korea, japan, vietnam, rwanda, a massive global undertaking. as well as international human-rights law and jurisprudence, such as the european court of human rights, inter-american court of human rights and very stiff and articles ranging from how the american declaration of rights and duties of men to the arab charter on human rights. the process which finished this july came out with 13 clear principles, the drafters had to confront significant questions around choosing language that met the needs of the global community while being relevant to national frameworks. deciding whether or not mated data should be included as protected information and determining issues such as how specific the language of proportionality should be.